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Serhii Plokhii in Conversation with T. Stępniewski: Russia-Ukraine War, and Poland-Ukraine Relations

Serhii Plokhii in Conversation with T. Stępniewski: Russia-Ukraine War, and Poland-Ukraine Relations Serhii Plokhii is the Mykhailo S. Hrushevs’kyi Professor of Ukrainian History and the Director of the Ukrainian Research Institute at Harvard University. His interests include the intellectual, cultural, and international history of Eastern Europe, with an emphasis on Ukraine....

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Baltic Team

IEŚ Commentaries 1035
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LNG terminals in Central Europe: importance and operation

There are several LNG regasification terminals in Central European countries, aimed at securing natural gas supplies from various directions. In the context of the outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian war, the importance of these terminals has definitely increased. At present, they are a key tool in efforts to diversify the sources and directions of natural gas supplies, especially...

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Visegrad Team

IEŚ Commentaries 1034
- Visegrad Team

Airspace violations in Central and Eastern European countries in the context of the war in Ukraine

Due to the outbreak of a full-scale conflict between Russia and Ukraine, there have been several incidents involving air and missile threats, as well as air defence systems in the airspace of Central and Eastern European countries (CEEC). Certainly, some of these incidents have been intentional provocations by Russia against NATO, Ukraine or Moldova, aimed at pursuing a specific...

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Baltic Team

IEŚ Commentaries 1027
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Natural gas and crude oil markets in Central European countries in 2023

Central European countries in 2023 were taking active steps to strengthen energy security, which was a difficult process. A key strategic objective was to reduce dependence on hydrocarbons supplies from the Russian Federation by initiating new investments and continuing those already underway. Importantly, there are still countries on the continent that cooperate with Russia in...

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Baltic Team

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Year 2023: The State of the Central European Economies

In 2023, five Central European economies (Estonia, Lithuania, Hungary, Latvia, and the Czech Republic) are expected to end the year in a state of recession, while four (Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland, and Slovakia) are facing double-digit average annual inflation. Furthermore, as many as seven countries in the region are projected to record budget deficits exceeding 3% of GDP....

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Baltic Team

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On November 14 Spasimir Domaradzki participated in the Violent Right-Wing Extremism in Bulgaria and Hungary

On November 14 Spasimir Domaradzki participated in the Violent Right-Wing Extremism in Bulgaria and Hungary organized by Counter Extremism Project and GLOBSEC. The seminar focused on the conclusions of the joint GLOBSEC and Counter Extremism Project Report “Mapping Right-Wing Extremism in Central and Eastern Europe“. Spasimir Domaradzki explored the far-right...

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Eastern Team

IEŚ Commentaries 1006
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Nothing New in the East? Consequences of the Slowdown of the Ukrainian Counteroffensive

The lack of success in the counteroffensive has sparked a lively debate in Ukraine regarding the situation on the front and the overall state of the country. The prolonged war of attrition is advantageous for the Russian Federation, which has the necessary resources to continue its aggression. Russia counts on weakening Kyiv as well as tiring its allies and reducing the scale of...

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Eastern Team

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We invite you to watch the webinar: “Burning Bridges to the Past: Battles for Historical Memory in Central and Eastern Europe” / 30 November 2023

We invite you to watch the webinar “Burning Bridges to the Past: Battles for Historical Memory in Central and Eastern Europe” ParticipantsProfessor Rasa Čepaitienė, Lithuanian Institute of History Professor Georgiy Kasianov, Head of the Laboratory for International Memory Studies at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin Associate Professor Yurii Latysh, European...

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